LSC gives Orangerie new Zest PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 23 February 2009 00:00

LSC Lighting’s Austrian based distributor dBLux has supplied four EKO dimmers, ePlates, three ISONODE DMX512 input modules, three ISOPORT DMX512 outlet modules, a maXim LP and a MINIM lighting control console to the Orangerie function centre in Fulda, Germany. As part of the Maritim Hotel, the Orangerie was built in the early eighteenth century and today this baroque splendour hosts a number of events every week, from small meetings to larger more complex live performances.
dBLux, recommended the EKO dimmers because of their 8 button station options, DMX capabilities, and their capacity to drive a load anywhere between 5W and 3kW, making the EKO a great dimmer for installations.

When it came to choosing a lighting console for the installation, dBLux suggested the LSC maXim. After the initial training the client stated that he had never found a console easier to learn and operate. “We suggested that the maXim be used for the larger productions, like live shows, conventions, concerts and private functions, while the MINIM is more closely suited to the smaller shows” commented dBLux’s MD, Thomas Feuerstein.

“The maXim is very easy to use; we can even get people without experience operating the maXim in less than 10 minutes. We find that it is one of the most intuitive and powerful lighting consoles on the market today!” Feuerstein said.

The install was carried out by LeWeTec from Fulda.


The EKO installation.


The Orangerie in Fulda Germany.



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